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Judge Rules Barrio Logan Community Plan Will Be Referendum On June 3 Ballot

April 4
Midday Edition
By Sandhya Dirks
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A San Diego Superior Court judge has denied an injunction that would have put the Barrio Logan community plan into the courtroom.

Should E-Cigarettes Be Treated Like Cigarettes?

April 7
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The introduction of e-cigarettes, depending on who you talk to, is either an appealing alternative to help addicted current smokers give up tobacco or gateway devices for a new generation of tobacco smokers.

A Ridealong With San Diego's Karaoke Lyft Driver

April 7
By Claire Trageser
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A San Diego Lyft driver sets her rideshare service apart by offering her passengers karaoke while she drives them to their destinations.

Moon Jellyfish And The Stingray Shuffle At Living Coast Discovery Center

April 4
By Dwane Brown
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KPBS Evening Edition anchor Dwane Brown meets some of the aquatic animals found in "Our Wild San Diego."

SoCal Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric Customer Refunds Proposed In San Onofre Deal

March 27
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Utility customers would see an estimated $1.4 billion in savings, including $600 million in refunds, in a proposed settlement over costs tied to the shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant in Southern California.

Drought Forces Ensenada To Ration Water — And It’s Only Spring

April 3
By Jill Replogle
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Due to a severe water crisis, many of Ensenada’s 320,000 inhabitants now only get water from their taps two or three times a week. The governor has declared a state of emergency because of the shortage.

Sharp Hospital Raises Awareness Of Need For Organ Donors

April 2
By Dwane Brown
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April is national Donate Life Month, and Sharp Memorial Hospital in Kearny Mesa is raising awareness of the need for organ donors who can save lives.

Groups Merge To Make San Diego More Pedestrian, Bike Friendly

April 2
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Two local groups, Move San Diego and Walk San Diego team up to form Circulate San Diego, a new organization that aims to boost efforts to bring alternative forms of transportation to San Diego.

Washington Landslide A Wake-Up Call About Threat Of Natural Disasters In San Diego

April 2
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As of the latest update, officials say 29 bodies have been recovered from the collapse of the Hazel Slide in the town of Oso. Another 20 people are still reported missing.

U.S. Supreme Court Takes On San Diego Case Involving Warrantless Cellphone Searches

April 1
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Should police need a warrant to search your smartphone? A San Diego case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court late this month and tackles the ongoing debate over privacy rights and technology.

How Might A Union For College Athletes Change Collegiate Sports?

April 1
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SDSU management professor Gangaram Singh discusses the implications across college sports of the recent decision allowing Northwestern University football players to unionize.

Genomic Sequencing Provides Hope For La Jolla Girl

April 1
By Kenny Goldberg
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A teenage girl from La Jolla who has suffered from a mysterious illness her entire life has gotten some new found hope after having her genome sequenced.

Cesar Chavez's Legacy Continues To Inspire San Diego Labor Movement

March 31
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On Cesar Chavez Day, San Diego labor leaders remember the labor leader's legacy and discuss the state of the labor movement in the region.

San Diego Veterans Get Opportunity To Tell Stories For National Project

March 31
By Katie Schoolov
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Since 2000, the Library of Congress has been collecting first-hand accounts from American war veterans around the country. Now, a local initiative will help San Diego veterans tell their stories for the project.

SDSU Offers Its First Zombies Class To Reanimate Students

March 28
By Beth Accomando
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Zombies are everywhere in pop culture. "The Walking Dead" is a hit on TV, Brad Pitt just saved the world from them in "World War Z," and killing zombies is almost a rite of passage in video games. So with zombies not looking to shamble off into the sunset maybe it’s time to put them to better use. That’s what San Diego State is doing this semester.